Helen is also finally being joining the game as a recruitable Operative.
Title Update 4.0 offered some substantial new content for Watch Dogs: Legion in both the campaign and multiplayer. Nevertheless, the development team is working hard on Title Update 4.5 which will include a new 60 FPS performance mode for PS5 and Xbox Series X/S. The update is out on June 1st and new details have been revealed, including support for cross-gen play on the same family of consoles.
This means that Xbox One players will be able to team up with those on Xbox Series X/S while PS4 players can group with PS5 players. Interestingly, a new Operative is also being added – Helen, the elderly, retired spy who garnered attention with the game’s initial reveal. There are some delays though.
Invasion and Extraction PvP modes will now be coming in August as Ubisoft devotes more time to improving public and private matchmaking. Furthermore, Watch Dogs: Legion – Bloodline has been delayed from late June to early July. It adds Aiden Pearce from Watch Dogs and Wrench from Watch Dogs 2, offering new story missions to play through. Of course, you can also experience the base game’s campaign with both DLC characters.
Stay tuned for more details on their respective abilities and traits in the coming weeks. Watch Dogs: Legion is currently available for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, PS5, PC and Google Stadia.
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